Australia & the Pacific Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Australia & the Pacific activity »
  1. 1 http://www.healthdietalert.com/trinity-x3/
  2. 2 Trip Report New Zealand SI and Auckland
  3. 3 Driving Times South Island New Zealand
  4. 4 Clever, mischievous keas
  5. 5 Free Camping
  6. 6 Maasdam (Holland America) verse Golden Princess
  7. 7 Perth, Margaret River, Albany loop
  8. 8 Trip Report New Zealand: Milford and Routeburn Tracks
  9. 9 Kaikoura roads update
  10. 10 NZ South Island Advice - Glaciers or Abel Tasman?
  11. 11 Trip Report 17 Days Around New Zealand South Island. My Jaw Dropped Everywhere I went!
  12. 12 Trip Report Uluru the Outback Tour Day 3 - Travel Report
  13. 13 Trip Report Uluru the Outback Tour Day 2 - Travel Report
  14. 14 Feedback on my 2 month OZ/NZ itin
  15. 15 Help with our 14-day NZ Itinerary
  16. 16 Trip Report 45-ish days Solo NZ Trip Report
  17. 17 Ohau Point Seal Colony destroyed
  18. 18 North or South after Perth in rental car?
  19. 19 Cheap and affordable car hire in port douglas
  20. 20 14 Day RV from Christchurch
  21. 21 Whales spotted off Kaikoura first time since quake
  22. 22 Translation of documents
  23. 23 SH1 to Kaikoura update
  24. 24 10 days NZ-crusie or land??
  25. 25 Cooking classes near Melbourne
View next 25 » Back to the top

Travel to Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora?

I am planning a trip for my honeymoon this September. We are flying from Los Angeles to Papeete (staying one night). Then going to Moorea and Bora Bora each for a few days. We are staying at the InterContinental Hotel in all 3 locations.
What is the best way to book my travel between islands? Should I fly and buy an Airpass? Do I have to book my international flight separately from my domestic flights?
Should I take the ferry from Papeete to Moorea?
I am looking for the easiest and most cost effective means...
Thanks for your help!

No Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement